Brodu with meatballs and tortellini by Ruth Zerafa


by Ruth Zerafa


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Roast rabbit and potatoes by Lorraine Hussain


Roast rabbit & potatoes ….perfect for today as its l Imnarja ,St. Peter & St. Paul feast,and the traditional meal is rabbit. wishing a happy feast to all.

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Tripe with AUBERGINES


Fry the aubergines in seed oil (cut into cubes).
Stir fry the onion (finely chopped) in a pan and, when browned, add the tomato sauce.

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Sweet and sour rabbit


Wash the rabbit carefully and cut into pieces.
Put the whole peppers into the oven at 150° for 30 minutes and, after having removed the skin, cut into pieces.

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Stewed rabbit


Cut the rabbit into pieces and brown in a pan with the oil, garlic  and rosemary (chopped).

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Rabbit with pine seeds


Prepare a marinade boiling the wine with the bay leaves for a few minutes; then add half an onion (sliced) and a few grains of pepper and marinade the rabbit, cut into pieces, for about an hour.

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Fenek Moqli (Fried Rabit)


If you want typical Maltese fare then look no further than Fried Rabbit! A Fenkata is a meal where typically friends or families meet and rabbit is eaten. It is a relaxed social event which dates back from the time of the knights of st John in Malta.

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Stuffed Rabbit Loin with a bean cassoulette – by Tony Farrugia


This recipe shows you an nontraditional way of cooking rabbit. It is a combination of rabbit, meat, vegetables and ham which help enhance the rabbit’s taste.

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Rabbit Stew – Stuffat Tal-Fenek


Rabbit stew can be taken as a Sunday lunch. Before taking the stew you can take some spaghetti. In this way you will have a first course and then a second course as well.

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Laham taz-Ziemel – Horse Meat


Stallion meat was fairly widely eaten in the past when available, usually steamed or fried with garlic or else simmered on top of the stove (laham fuq il-fwar) or in the oven in an onion and white wine sauce.

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Maltese Sausage & Red Wine Risotto


Heat the oil in a large pan add the garlic and onion to the oil in the pan and cook for 5 minutes or until the onion has softened. Add the Maltese sausage meat and cook for another 5 -10 minutes.

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